Application Forms should be returned by 11am on Monday 8 November 2021The aim of the fund is to help ensure that everyone across Stirling’s communities has access to nutritious healthy food, in line with Stirling’s Food Framework.
Grants up to £10,000 are available.
Projects should help to deliver local action on at least one of the following priority areas:
- Improving access to, and promotion of, good quality, healthy and sustainable food
- Addressing food insecurity; tackling food poverty, diet related ill health, and access to affordable, healthy food
- Increasing access to food education, particularly in community settings; building community food knowledge, skills, resources and projects
The fund is open to constituted third sector/community groups, internal Stirling Council Services, and community planning partner public sector agencies delivering eligible projects within Stirling’s communities. Eligible projects will make at least one of the following beneficial differences:
- Reduction in food poverty
- Increased alternatives to food banks and emergency food
- Increased community resilience to mitigate or prevent food related inequalities
- Reduced levels of diet related ill health
- Reduction in inequalities in child nutrition related health and wellbeing
- Increase in healthy weight in adults and children
- Increase in public understanding of food, health, and sustainability issues
Before beginning an application please download and read all three documents
Projects which are successful in securing the funding must begin before the end of March 2022 and be completed no later than 31 August 2022.
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